Adobe Hacked: Reduce your own company’s IT risks

  • October 4, 2013
  • Andy Vanderhoff

Today’s news about the hacking of data at Adobe is just another example in a long list of the risks you take when storing sensitive data. Adobe is now in damage control mode after learning that over 3 million customer records have been compromised.

This proves once again that no company is immune. So what can you do to reduce your risk? Well you have to have a repeatable, ongoing information security program. Quantivate’s IT Risk Management Software walks you through a simple, 6-step methodology for information security:

  1. Inventory your data
  2. Analyze your data’s value
  3. Map where the data resides
  4. Assess your risks
  5. Determine your controls
  6. Monitor control effectiveness

 

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